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101 terms
Pharmacology of infectious diseases
Influenza
T dap
Pneumoccal
Shingles
Immunization given every year
1-10 year booster ; Differences when pregnant
Immunization given 1 or 2x over the age of 65
Painful skin rash with blisters present
Influenza
Immunization given every year
T dap
1-10 year booster ; Differences when pregnant
88 terms
Pharmacology of Infectious Diseases
Adult immunizations
Shingles
VIS
Assessment for immunizations:
influenza, t-dap, shingles, pneumococcal
usually 60+, only those who have had chicken pox, subcutaneou…
Vaccine Information Sheet
previous reactions, allergies, pregnant, medical history, imm…
Adult immunizations
influenza, t-dap, shingles, pneumococcal
Shingles
usually 60+, only those who have had chicken pox, subcutaneou…
153 terms
Pharmacology - Infectious Diseases
Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, and Famiciclo…
Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, and Famiciclo…
Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, and Famiciclo…
Rifaximin... a) For which question is ri…
a) Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famiciclovir are the answers…
b) These medications work through the inhibition of thymidine…
c) The most common adverse effects are nephrotoxicity, presum…
a) Rifaximin is used to treat traveler's diarrhea, such as th…
Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, and Famiciclo…
a) Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famiciclovir are the answers…
Acyclovir, Valacyclovir, and Famiciclo…
b) These medications work through the inhibition of thymidine…
16 terms
pharmacology of infectious diseases
Epidemiology
Public Health
Hippocrates
Edward Jenner
study of how diseases spread and can be controlled
promote health and quality of life by preventing and controll…
environmental factors influence development of disease; certa…
created the first vaccine
Epidemiology
study of how diseases spread and can be controlled
Public Health
promote health and quality of life by preventing and controll…
71 terms
Pharmacology: Infectious Disease
Penicillin (IV and PO)
Amoxicillin (PO)
Ampicillin (IV and PO)
Nafcillin (IV)
"Original' Penicillin... For Upper Respiratory Infections (otiti…
"Original' Penicillin... For Upper Respiratory Infections (otiti…
"Original' Penicillin... For Upper Respiratory Infections (otiti…
Antistaphyloccal Penicillin ... For skin and soft tissue infecti…
Penicillin (IV and PO)
"Original' Penicillin... For Upper Respiratory Infections (otiti…
Amoxicillin (PO)
"Original' Penicillin... For Upper Respiratory Infections (otiti…
52 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
Goal of anti-infective therapy
Antimicrobial Choice Determinants
Areas of the body that are sterile?
Prophylactic Therapy
Maximize clinical and microbiological efficacy and Minimize t…
Organ function, Perfusion, Age, Pregnancy, and Cost of therapy
Blood, CSF, Lower Respiratory Tract, Urine
Prevention of infection. I.e. infections that are likely in c…
Goal of anti-infective therapy
Maximize clinical and microbiological efficacy and Minimize t…
Antimicrobial Choice Determinants
Organ function, Perfusion, Age, Pregnancy, and Cost of therapy
213 terms
Infectious Diseases (Pharmacology)
beta lactam
destroy cell wall
penicillin g, penicillin v
transpeptidase
Penicillin class of abx
Penicillin MOA
2 prototype penicillins
Beta lactams inhibit ____
beta lactam
Penicillin class of abx
destroy cell wall
Penicillin MOA
53 terms
Pharmacology Chemo of infectious diseases
Penicillin... -action
Penicillin... -bactericidal or bacterials…
penicillin... -if they had a mild reaction
penicillin... -if they had an adverse rea…
Weaken the cell wall causing bacteria to take up excessive wa…
Bactericidal
use cephalosporins
avoid cephalosporins and penicillins
Penicillin... -action
Weaken the cell wall causing bacteria to take up excessive wa…
Penicillin... -bactericidal or bacterials…
Bactericidal
81 terms
Pharmacology/ infectious diseases
Acyclovir... Valacyclovir... Famciclovir
Acyclovir ... Valacyclovir... Famciclovir…
Acyclovir... Valacyclovir... Famcyclovir... Ad…
Valgancyclovir VO... Gancyclovir... Foscarne…
Herpes simplex... Herpes encephalitis... VZV... Bells palsy
Incorporated into virus DNA ( nucleoside analog) Inhibition o…
Nephrotoxicity... Neurotoxicity
CMV
Acyclovir... Valacyclovir... Famciclovir
Herpes simplex... Herpes encephalitis... VZV... Bells palsy
Acyclovir ... Valacyclovir... Famciclovir…
Incorporated into virus DNA ( nucleoside analog) Inhibition o…
53 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
Amoxicillin
Ampicillin
Benzathine Penicillin
Dicloxacillin
Amoxil
NTN
Bicillin L-A
Dynapen
Amoxicillin
Amoxil
Ampicillin
NTN
127 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
Inhibitors of Cell Wall Synthesis (Bet…
Inhibitors of Cell Wall Synthesis (NOT…
Narrow Spectrum PCN
Penicillins MOA
PCN, Cephalosporins, Carbapenems, Monobactams
Vancomycin, bacitracin, fosfomycin, cycloserine
PCN G (procaine), PCN G (benzathine), PCN V
bacteriocidal, inhibit bacterial cell wall synthesis by bindi…
Inhibitors of Cell Wall Synthesis (Bet…
PCN, Cephalosporins, Carbapenems, Monobactams
Inhibitors of Cell Wall Synthesis (NOT…
Vancomycin, bacitracin, fosfomycin, cycloserine
22 terms
Pharmacology - Infectious Diseases
2 types of properties of antibiotics
what does bactericidal antibiotics do?
what does bacteriostatic antibiotics do?
mechanism of action of Beta-Lactam?
bactericidal and bacteriostatic
-kill the organism... -does NOT depend on body's immune system f…
-inhibits bacterial growth ... -DEPENDS on body's immune system…
inhibits cell wall synthesis by binding to the penicillin bin…
2 types of properties of antibiotics
bactericidal and bacteriostatic
what does bactericidal antibiotics do?
-kill the organism... -does NOT depend on body's immune system f…
163 terms
Pharmacology:Infectious Disease: Viruses
Cytomegalovirus
Symptoms of initial CMV
Transmission of CMV
Immunocompromised people at risk for CMV
1) common infection-usually harmless... 2) stays in body for lif…
1) fever... 2) sore throat... 3) fatigue... 4) swollen glands
1) spread person-to-person contact through saliva, urine, and…
1) HIV/AIDS... 2) those on chemo... 3) organ-transplant patients
Cytomegalovirus
1) common infection-usually harmless... 2) stays in body for lif…
Symptoms of initial CMV
1) fever... 2) sore throat... 3) fatigue... 4) swollen glands
36 terms
pharmacology: infectious disease
antiviral for primary herpes
..
oseltamivir
prevention of both: ... -----a. influeza…
incorporation into newly replicating Viral DNA... -----a. termin…
...
neuroaminidase inhibitor
neuroaminidase inhibitor is required for the release of virus…
antiviral for primary herpes
incorporation into newly replicating Viral DNA... -----a. termin…
..
...
29 terms
Infectious Disease: Pharmacology set
initiation of treatment prior to a det…
lowest concentration of antimicrobial…
antibiotics work as either:... bactericid…
target sites for antibiotics
empiric therapy
MIC = minimum inhibitory concentration
kill... inhibit growth
-cell wall ex) B-lactams... -cell membrane ex) polymyxins... -ribos…
initiation of treatment prior to a det…
empiric therapy
lowest concentration of antimicrobial…
MIC = minimum inhibitory concentration
104 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
Penicillin MOA
RF Tx
listeriosis
anthrax
Bind to PCN- binding proteins TRANSPEPTIDASE enzymes that cro…
acute PEN VK PO BID x 10 days
AMPICILLIN doc
cipro
Penicillin MOA
Bind to PCN- binding proteins TRANSPEPTIDASE enzymes that cro…
RF Tx
acute PEN VK PO BID x 10 days
51 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
What are the targets of viral life use…
Inhibitors of viral nucleic acid synth…
Ribavarin
Inhibition of Viral genome replication
-Viral attachment & entry... -Penetration... -Uncoating... -Nucleic ac…
Ribavarin
-Anti-metabolite (blocks GTP formation, inhibits viral mRNA &…
-Primary anti-metabolites (nucleosides and analogues)... -mos vi…
What are the targets of viral life use…
-Viral attachment & entry... -Penetration... -Uncoating... -Nucleic ac…
Inhibitors of viral nucleic acid synth…
Ribavarin
35 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
Pencillins
Nafcillin, Oxacillin, Dicloxacillin
Ampicillin, Amoxicillin
Unasyn, Augmentin
DOC for B-hemolytic strep and syphilis
DOC for MSSA
DOC for Enterococcus
DOC for animal bite wounds
Pencillins
DOC for B-hemolytic strep and syphilis
Nafcillin, Oxacillin, Dicloxacillin
DOC for MSSA
83 terms
Pharmacology - Infectious Disease
-Illins
Cef- or Ceph-
-thromycin
floxacin
Penicillins
Cephalosporins
Macrolides
Fluoroquinolones
-Illins
Penicillins
Cef- or Ceph-
Cephalosporins
164 terms
Infectious disease- Pharmacology
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Neisseria meningitidis
Listeria monocytogenes
Streptococcus agalactiae
Vancomycin + (ceftriaxone or cefotaxime)
ceftriaxone or ceftotaxime
ampicillin or penicillin G
ampicillin or penicillin G
Streptococcus pneumoniae
Vancomycin + (ceftriaxone or cefotaxime)
Neisseria meningitidis
ceftriaxone or ceftotaxime
53 terms
Pharmacology of infectious Disease: Renal
Aminoglycosides MOA
Beta-Lactams
Fluoroquinolones
Fosfomycin
Protein synthesis inhibitor (30s) inhibit formation of initia…
bind to PBP... Prevent peptidoglycan cross-linking
DNA Topoisomerase Inhibitors (Inhibito II and IV)
inhibits murine monomer synthesis ... (cell wall inhibitor)
Aminoglycosides MOA
Protein synthesis inhibitor (30s) inhibit formation of initia…
Beta-Lactams
bind to PBP... Prevent peptidoglycan cross-linking
50 terms
Pharmacology-Infectious Disease II
Cell Wall Inhibitors
Penicillins
Natural Penicillins
Antistaphylococcal Penicillin
Bactericidal. Inhibit cell wall synthesis. Human cells lack c…
Interfere with cell wall synthesis and repair through binding…
Penicillin G or Penicillin V ... The original with typical Gram…
Diloxacillin
Cell Wall Inhibitors
Bactericidal. Inhibit cell wall synthesis. Human cells lack c…
Penicillins
Interfere with cell wall synthesis and repair through binding…
35 terms
Pharmacology of Infectious Disease (Neuro)
Venous Thromboembolism
Mannitol
Mannitol
Hypertonic saline (3%)
Prophylaxis for what is often indicated in meningitis tx?
Osmotic diuretic to reduce ICP
SE: Hypotension, reversible acute renal dysfunction... (Monitor…
Creates an osmotic gradient in favor of *reducing cerebral ed…
Venous Thromboembolism
Prophylaxis for what is often indicated in meningitis tx?
Mannitol
Osmotic diuretic to reduce ICP
19 terms
Pharmacology of Infectious Disease in Repro
Bacterial vaginosis
-Metronidazole oral or intravaginally…
spectrum: protazoa, anaerobes, *H.…
-leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, metalli…
bormal hydrogen peroxide producing Lactobacillus is replaced…
bacterial vaginosis treatment
Spectrum and use for Metronidazole
Adverse effects of Metronidazole
Bacterial vaginosis
bormal hydrogen peroxide producing Lactobacillus is replaced…
-Metronidazole oral or intravaginally…
bacterial vaginosis treatment
67 terms
Pharmacology of Infectious Disease: Renal
Aminoglycosides MOA... KNOW
Beta lactams... KNOW
Fluoroquinolones... KNOW
Fosfomycin... KNOW
protein synthesis inhibitor (30S) that inhibit formation of i…
bind to PBP and prevent peptidoglycan cross-linking (cell wal…
DNA Topoisomerase Inhibitors (inhibit II and IV)
inhibits murine monomer synthesis (cell wall inhibitor) - use…
Aminoglycosides MOA... KNOW
protein synthesis inhibitor (30S) that inhibit formation of i…
Beta lactams... KNOW
bind to PBP and prevent peptidoglycan cross-linking (cell wal…
196 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology
How was metronidazole discovered to be…
What is the MOA of metronidazole?
Why is metronidazole rapidly bacterici…
Why doesn't metronidazole work in aero…
Used against Protozoa but was found to kill concomitant vagin…
Passively diffuses into the cell where it is broken down by f…
Feedback loop: as ferrodoxin breaks down metronidazole in the…
Aerobic organisms do not have an electron transport chain (no…
How was metronidazole discovered to be…
Used against Protozoa but was found to kill concomitant vagin…
What is the MOA of metronidazole?
Passively diffuses into the cell where it is broken down by f…
23 terms
Pediatrics, Infectious Disease, and Pharmacology
circum
pedo
peri
pyr
around
child
around
fever
circum
around
pedo
child
11 terms
Infectious Disease and Pharmacological Treatment
exposed, not sick yet but you are stil…
start getting sick and symptoms appear
maximal impact where the disease peaked
start feeling better where your immune…
incubation
prodromal
acute
convalescent
exposed, not sick yet but you are stil…
incubation
start getting sick and symptoms appear
prodromal
80 terms
Drug Classes (Pharmacology of Infectious Diseases)
Natural Penicillins
another name for Penicillinase-resista…
Antistaphylococcal penicillins (5)
Aminopenicillins
penicillin G (procaine, benzathine)... penicillin V
antistaphylococcal penicillins
Methicillin... Nafcillin... Oxacillin... Cloxacillin... Dicloxacillin
Ampicillin... Amoxicillin
Natural Penicillins
penicillin G (procaine, benzathine)... penicillin V
another name for Penicillinase-resista…
antistaphylococcal penicillins
34 terms
Pharmacology EXAM 2 infectious disease
COX 1 vs. COX2
Considerations of NSAIDS
Gout
Allopurinol
COX1: protects the stomach lining and promotes blood clotting…
ADVERSE: stomach irritation, GI bleed... CONSIDERATIONS: no alco…
DEF: inflammation caused by increase in uric acid (Hyperurice…
USE: Prevents uric acid production... ADVERSE: n/v, diarrhea, an…
COX 1 vs. COX2
COX1: protects the stomach lining and promotes blood clotting…
Considerations of NSAIDS
ADVERSE: stomach irritation, GI bleed... CONSIDERATIONS: no alco…
56 terms
Clinical Pharmacology (Infectious Diseases 2)
MoA: Interfere with bacterial cell wal…
Penicillin is a ______.
Is Penicillin gram neg. or gram pos.?
Antistaphylococcal penicillin
Penicillin
bactericidal
gram (+) bacteria... (have cell walls that allow penicillins to…
Dicloxacillin
MoA: Interfere with bacterial cell wal…
Penicillin
Penicillin is a ______.
bactericidal
102 terms
Pharmacology Questions on Infectious diseases
When are acyclovir, valacyclovir, and…
How do Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and fa…
What are Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and…
For which question is rifaximin the co…
Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famciclovir are the answers to t…
They work though the inhibition of tymidine kinase
The most common adverse effects are NEPHROTOXICITY, presumabl…
Rifaximin is used to treat TRAVELER'S DIARRHEA, such as that…
When are acyclovir, valacyclovir, and…
Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and famciclovir are the answers to t…
How do Acyclovir, valacyclovir, and fa…
They work though the inhibition of tymidine kinase
119 terms
Infectious Disease Drugs (Adv. Pharmacology)
Penicillin VK... MOA
Nafcillin... MOA
Amoxicillin... MOA
Ticarcillin... MOA
Inhibits bacterial cell wall synthesis by binding to one or m…
Interferes with bacterial cell wall synthesis causing cell wa…
Inhibits bacterial cell wall synthesis by binding to one or m…
Inhibits bacterial cell wall synthesis by binding to one or m…
Penicillin VK... MOA
Inhibits bacterial cell wall synthesis by binding to one or m…
Nafcillin... MOA
Interferes with bacterial cell wall synthesis causing cell wa…
8 terms
Pharmacology unit 15- infectious diseases
MRSA
Clostridium Difficile
Escherichia Coli
Salmonellosis
Bacteria resistant to certain antiotics, direct contact witj…
Diarrhea, inflamed colon caused by some antibiotics
Found in human flora, poor hand washing. Can be transmitted t…
Bacteria that effects GI tract (food borne)
MRSA
Bacteria resistant to certain antiotics, direct contact witj…
Clostridium Difficile
Diarrhea, inflamed colon caused by some antibiotics
68 terms
Pharmacology of Infectious Disease Mechanisms of Action
Beta-Lactams
Aminoglycosides
Tetracyclines
Chloramphenicol
Chemically resembles d-ala-d-ala, binding to transpeptidase (…
Bind to 16S rRNA subunit of 30S ribosomal subunit, which is p…
Bind to the 30S ribosomal subunit so that it can no longer bi…
Binds to the 50S ribosomal subunit near the P-site, preventin…
Beta-Lactams
Chemically resembles d-ala-d-ala, binding to transpeptidase (…
Aminoglycosides
Bind to 16S rRNA subunit of 30S ribosomal subunit, which is p…
92 terms
Pharmacology Final: Mechanism of Infectious Diseases
Host
Microflora
Colonization
Infection
any organism capable of supporting the nutritional and physic…
bacteria inhabiting exposed surfaces of the body
the presence and multiplication of a living organism on or wi…
the presence and multiplication of another living organism wi…
Host
any organism capable of supporting the nutritional and physic…
Microflora
bacteria inhabiting exposed surfaces of the body
59 terms
Clinical Pharmacology (Infectious Disease 4)
The enzyme that is essential to the li…
As a newly formed virus (virion) "buds…
Cleaves the attachment to the host cel…
MoA: prevent virions from properly cle…
neuraminidase
hemagglutinin
neuraminidase
neuroaminidase inhibitors
The enzyme that is essential to the li…
neuraminidase
As a newly formed virus (virion) "buds…
hemagglutinin
16 terms
Clinical Pharmacology (Infectious Disease 1)
Immediate administration of therapy pr…
What should you do before initiating t…
Prevention of infection / recurrent in…
Prevents infection due to risk factors…
empiric theory
obtain samples... (determine organism's susceptibility)
prophylactic theory
surgical prophylaxis
Immediate administration of therapy pr…
empiric theory
What should you do before initiating t…
obtain samples... (determine organism's susceptibility)
39 terms
Clinical Pharmacology (Infectious Disease 3)
MoA: they inhibit the replication of b…
Bactericidal, Concentration-dependent…
Enzymes inhibited by FQs (2)
2nd generation Flouroquinolones
Fluoroquinolones (FQs)
Fluoroquinolones (FQs)
1. DNA gyrase (topoisomerase II)... 2. Topoisomerase IV
Ciprofloxacin (Cipro)
MoA: they inhibit the replication of b…
Fluoroquinolones (FQs)
Bactericidal, Concentration-dependent…
Fluoroquinolones (FQs)
194 terms
Infectious Disease (Pharmacology Guest Lecture)
s aureus, streptococcus, enterococcus
h flu, m catarrhalis, e coli, klebsiel…
clostridium, lactobacillus, peptostrep…
bacteroides
3 gram positive aerobes
6 gram negative aerobes
3 gram positive anaerobes
Gram negative anaerobe
s aureus, streptococcus, enterococcus
3 gram positive aerobes
h flu, m catarrhalis, e coli, klebsiel…
6 gram negative aerobes
25 terms
Infectious Disease Pharmacology (ID Pharm)
Antibiotic
Antimicrobial
Microbistatic
Microbicidal
substances produced by the natural metabolic processes of som…
all-inclusive term for any antimicrobial drug, regardless of…
~ inhibits... ~ ECSTaTiC... Erythromycin (macrolide)... Clindamycin…
~ kills... ~ Very Proficient For Complete Cell Murder... * Vancomy…
Antibiotic
substances produced by the natural metabolic processes of som…
Antimicrobial
all-inclusive term for any antimicrobial drug, regardless of…
70 terms
Pharmacology of Infectious Disease in Resp - Weaver
Cell Wall Synthesis Inhibitors
Protein Synthesis Inhibitors: 30s
Protein Synthesis Inhibitors: 50s
buy AT 30 CCEL at 50
Vancomycin... -Binds D-ala-D-ala portion preventing peptidoglyca…
Aminoglycosides, Tetracycles
Chloramphenicol, Clindamycin, Macrolides (erythromycin, Linez…
Protein Synthesis Inhibitors
Cell Wall Synthesis Inhibitors
Vancomycin... -Binds D-ala-D-ala portion preventing peptidoglyca…
Protein Synthesis Inhibitors: 30s
Aminoglycosides, Tetracycles
43 terms
Lecture 8 - Infectious Disease Pharmacology
5 antimicrobial choice determinants
organ function
perfusion
for age, what must we take into consid…
perfusion ... organ function... pregnancy... age... cost... POPAC
many drugs depend on liver metabolism and urinary excretion
antibiotic arrives to the site of infection by the circulatio…
they have renal and hepatic systems that are underdeveloped (…
5 antimicrobial choice determinants
perfusion ... organ function... pregnancy... age... cost... POPAC
organ function
many drugs depend on liver metabolism and urinary excretion
36 terms
Infectious Disease and Pharmacological Treatments (antibiotics)
Mechanisms of Infection
Signs of Infection
Mechanism of Fever
Administration of Antibiotics:
Portal of Entry, Source, Symptoms, Disease Course, Site
Fever, elevated WBC count (Normal is 4-10,000, shift to the l…
Core Temp: 36.0-37.5C; 97.0-99.5F... Unusual: greater than 105F
Administer evenly over 24 hours, Administer within 15 minutes…
Mechanisms of Infection
Portal of Entry, Source, Symptoms, Disease Course, Site
Signs of Infection
Fever, elevated WBC count (Normal is 4-10,000, shift to the l…
70 terms
Clinical Pharmacology II: Infectious Disease
What are the medications that are give…
What are the first things to consider…
What do you use to treat symptomatic b…
What 3 thing constitutes as a complica…
Bactrim X 3d: first choice... Nitrofurantoin x 5d: second choice…
If it is complicated or uncomplicated
Single course of Bactrim... If you suspect Chlamydia Trochomatis…
Pyelonephritis... UTI in males... Recurrent UTI's
What are the medications that are give…
Bactrim X 3d: first choice... Nitrofurantoin x 5d: second choice…
What are the first things to consider…
If it is complicated or uncomplicated
30 terms
Pharmacology I - Introduction for infectious disease
Will gram positive bacteria have a thi…
In gram negative bacteria, is the cell…
SPACE bacteria include what gram negat…
What will bacteriostatic drugs do?
yes
no
Serrate marcescens... Pseudomonas aeruginosa... Acinetcobacter baum…
stop the growth of microbes for some period of time, but then…
Will gram positive bacteria have a thi…
yes
In gram negative bacteria, is the cell…
no
40 terms
7 Pharmacology of Renal Infectious Disease
Mechanism of action:... ________________…
Mechanism of action:... ________________…
MOA of what drug:... Inhibits synthesis…
Why are anti-folates (TMP/SMX) contrai…
1. Aminoglycosides... 2. Beta-Lactams... 3. Fluoroquinolones... 4. Fos…
1. Nitrofurantoin... 2. Sulfonamides... 3. Trimethoprim
Fosfomycin
folic acid is necessary for fetal development
Mechanism of action:... ________________…
1. Aminoglycosides... 2. Beta-Lactams... 3. Fluoroquinolones... 4. Fos…
Mechanism of action:... ________________…
1. Nitrofurantoin... 2. Sulfonamides... 3. Trimethoprim
25 terms
Infectious Diseases
Tetanus
Rickettsia
Ringworm
Tuberculosis
bacterial infection also called lockjaw
bacteria-like organism that causes Typhus and Rocky Mountain…
Fungal infection that causeds ring-shaped rash
Bacterial lung disease
Tetanus
bacterial infection also called lockjaw
Rickettsia
bacteria-like organism that causes Typhus and Rocky Mountain…
38 terms
Infectious Diseases
Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
Impetigo
Tonsillitis
Noma
painful gingival disease of acute onset, may exhibit a gray p…
Bacterial skin infection usually seen in children that presen…
Inflammation of the tonsils caused by bacteria including stre…
opportunistic infection meaning "to devour" that occurs in co…
Necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis
painful gingival disease of acute onset, may exhibit a gray p…
Impetigo
Bacterial skin infection usually seen in children that presen…
101 terms
Infectious Diseases
CVID
HIV patients with exposure to TB:
Treatment of critically sick patients…
Recurrent C Diff
•Patients with common variable immunodeficiency frequently de…
•Regardless of their response to a tuberculin skin test or in…
•Antifungal therapy with an echinocandin agent (caspofungin,…
•In patients with Clostridium difficile infection, the most a…
CVID
•Patients with common variable immunodeficiency frequently de…
HIV patients with exposure to TB:
•Regardless of their response to a tuberculin skin test or in…
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